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If you are visiting for your first time and looking for membership information see the article on membership further down this page. You can also download a membership application here:  Membership Application

SARPC Officers
The following individuals were elected to office during our annual meeting on February 6, 2015.
President: Dan Brown
Vice President: Dr. Robert Baer
Secretary Treasurer: Alanna Tomjack
Directors:Nathan Hibbs ( 1 year), Dave Logosz. ( 2 years), Harlen Heinle (3 years)

Found at the range
Someone left a grey scarf, a black dickey, and Ironman sunglasses at the range.
To claim your lost items contact Dan Brown at 701-290-6046.

Membership - All Dues Are Due In February
The Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club is comprised of shooting enthusiasts from  around the Slope Area. Any individual may become a member of this organization by vote of the executive committee. NRA membership is required.

Applicants must submit a completed membership application and the appropriate membership fee at a regular club meeting.

The object of this organization shall be the encouragement of organized rifle & pistol shooting with a view toward a better knowledge of safe handling and proper care of firearms, as well as marksmanship.

The Club has it's own 12 acre private range located North of Dickinson, ND.  With safety berms out to 300 yards, the range can accommodate various shooting preferences. 
Memberships dues are due February 1st of each year.
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Monthly Meetings are held at 7:30 PM the 1st Thursday of the month at the Eagles Club located at 31 1st Avenue East, Dickinson, ND.

Concealed Weapons Classes
For information on future class dates, requirements and cost, contact these private instructors: Dan Brown 701-290-6046 or Terry Oestreich 701-290-0569.
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Slope Area
Rifle & Pistol Club
PO Box 493 
Dickinson, ND 58602-0493
contact by email:
Dan Brown 

All membership dues are due February 1, 2013
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Officers
President 
Dan Brown - 701-290-6046

Vice President
Dr. Robert Baer

Secretary/Treasurer
Alanna Tomjack 701-690-9149

Directors
Nathan Hibbs - 715-554-0735
Dave Logosz - 701-225-9461
Harlen Heinle - 701-225-9227

SARPC By-Laws

SARPC Membership Application

SARPC Range Map

SARPC Meeting Minutes






Join now and save!
Here's your chance to join the NRA or renew your membership at a discount plus help out the Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club!

Under a special Recruiting program, membership in the NRA is discounted by $10.00 to just $25.00 per year!  By joining or renewing through the Club, SARPC receives $10.00 back from the NRA! 

Simply complete the special "recruiter" application and send it in.  This is a WIN-WIN program - You get all the benefits the NRA has to offer for just $25.00, and the club gets $10 to add to its treasury!

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NRA Video
Well said... 
Read Lawrence Hunter's Op/Ed in the 12/28/12 issue of Forbes Magazine. 
Gun Control Tramples On The Certain Virtues Of A Heavily Armed Citizenry
LADIES ONLY FIREARMS SAFETY 2015
Sponsored by:
The Slope Area Rifle and Pistol Club Dickinson, North Dakota

Ladies will learn:
Basic Elements of Firearms Safety
  • Identifying, loading, and unloading a firearm
  • Safe gun handling
  • Types of ammunition
  • Gun storage options

Three (3) Sessions:
  • Two 2-hour classroom sessions * :
  • Tuesday, May 12th, at 7:00 p.m., and
  • Thursday, May 14th, at 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 16th, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Ladies Day At the Range at the Slope Area Rifle and Pistol Club Shooting Range (One-on-one instructions by qualified instructors)
* Classroom located at Border States Electric, 100 29th Street West, Dickinson, ND (North of Walmart and Mac’s Hardware)

NOTE: Attendance is required at both classroom sessions to take part in the Day at the Range. Absolutely NO personal firearms or ammunition are allowed. This is NOT a hunter education course or concealed weapons class.

SPACE IS LIMITED PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Contact: Cathy Phone: 701-225-9461 or 701-260-5052

North Dakota: Three Additional Bills Expanding Your Second Amendment Rights Head to Governor
Credit given to NRA-ILA, Thursday, April 09, 2015 

In a great advancement for North Dakota gun owners, three major pro-gun bills passed out of the Senate Tuesday and received concurrence votes in the House today. The following pieces of legislation will be sent to Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) for his consideration and signature.

House Bill 1241, sponsored by state Representative Roscoe Streyle (R-3), is a concealed carry reform bill that focuses on expanding opportunities for permitted individuals. As amended, HB 1241, does the following:
•Expands your right to carry in more areas such as musical concerts, political rallies or functions
•Recognizes the right to carry in public rest areas and restrooms
•Recognizes the right to carry in public parks
•Recognizes the right to carry in stores that sell liquor
•Allows hunters to utilize legally owned short-barreled rifles to take any game for which a rifle is allowed
•Recognizes that class 1 and class 2 permits are equally valid in North Dakota

HB 1241 passed in the Senate by a 45-2 vote.

House Bill 1450, sponsored by state Representative Ben Koppelman (R-16), clarifies what is considered legally unloaded for rifles and handguns, and now contains a provision which allows employees and students of universities to store firearms in their vehicles while parked on campus. HB 1450 passed in the Senate by a 39-8 vote.

House Bill 1457, sponsored by state Representative Karen Karls (R-35), would require state agencies to sell off seized, abandoned or forfeited firearms at auction if the owner cannot be located or does not reclaim the firearm and it is in safe and operable condition. HB 1457 passed in the Senate by a 46-1 vote.

As previously reported, Senate Bill 2274, NRA’s “shall sign” legislation, has already been sent to the Governor for his consideration. Please begin contacting Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) and politely urge him to sign House Bills 1241, 1450, 1457 and Senate Bill 2274 into law. 

Office of the Governor Phone: (701) 328-2200
North Dakota: Critical “Shall Sign” Legislation Becomes Law

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, credit given to NRA-ILA,

Monday, April 13, Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) signed Senate Bill 2274, NRA-backed “shall sign” legislation, into law, after it received unanimous support in the House and Senate.

Sponsored by Senator Kelly Armstrong (R-36), SB 2274 will require that a chief law enforcement officer (CLEO) sign an application for the acquisition or transfer of any item regulated under the National Firearms Act (NFA), including short barreled rifles/shotguns and suppressors, within 30 days, so long as the applicant is not prohibited by law from receiving it.

SB 2274 will impose reasonable deadlines and ensure that individuals who are lawfully seeking to transfer an NFA item are able to do so in an expeditious manner. Some CLEOs simply refuse to sign such forms, and nothing in current law prohibits this, even if the applicant’s receipt of the NFA item would not be contrary to law and the CLEO has no information that the applicant intends to use the NFA item for an unlawful purpose. SB 2274 will prevent an arbitrary personal bias from determining North Dakota firearm policy and ensures that qualified, law-abiding North Dakotans will not be denied their ability to legally own NFA items. The reforms in SB 2274 benefit law-abiding Second Amendment supporters by ensuring that the process to obtain NFA items, already legal in North Dakota, remains consistent, fact-based and objective.

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to contact your elected officials on this issue. Please contact Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) and thank him for signing this important piece of legislation into law.